Southern California experienced breezy Santa Ana winds Sunday, with higher temperatures and expanded fire risk anticipated.
Winds blasting between 35 to 55 mph are gauge for the most part for the mountain and lower region areas of Ventura and Los Angeles provinces through Monday, the National Weather Service said.
Forecasters cautioned of high surf along the coast through in any event Monday night, advising occupants to be on alarm for shoe waves and solid tear flows.
Record high temperatures may arrive behind schedule one week from now as solid, high pressing factor works over California, with temperatures prone to drive all the way into the 80s by Thursday, as per NWS.
Dry seaward breezes will likewise increase danger of fire climate.